Youngest Ismaili Muslim child achieved MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist)

Mauhib Iqbal – A 13-year-old child, an O-Level Student at Beacon House School at Karachi, Pakistan, has achieved MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) from Microsoft in Dot Net Framework 4.0 (computer programming) with 98.4%. He is also awarded with the title of “Charter Member” by Microsoft Corporation.

He is the youngest Ismaili Muslim child achieving this certificate and award from Microsoft on .Net 4 technology. He is currently conducting labs at Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology on week-ends for the students of programing. He has been awarded with a gold medal for this achievement by his school.

He also attended Open Door Event of Microsoft and Visual Studio Loadfest event at Microsoft Innovation Center. He is expert in designing websites and web applications, and also expert in developing Windows Form Applications.

About Ahmad Amirali

I am an educator by profession, pursuing my further career in teaching and learning. I love to read and, even more, love to share what I read.
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20 Responses to Youngest Ismaili Muslim child achieved MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist)

  1. Zulekha Kurji says:

    It’s wonderful to know that you are the youngest child for this wonderful achievement.Keep the good work and god bless you and your family for having a wondeful son.I am praying for your sucecss,good luck.


  2. Didar Ali Hunzai says:

    very well done!

  3. yusufali damani says:

    Keep up the outstanding work.May God Bless you . You are a great person

  4. Abdulmajeed says:

    Excellent……………KEEP IT UP !

  5. Saifuddin says:

    This is an honor for your parents and Community at large. We all are proud of your telent. May you achieve success in your future endeavour. Ameen

  6. Dolly Bandali says:

    What a pride for the parents! Mauhib, what a talent you have, you are a genious and a pride for the entire community. Keep up the excellent work and I wish you all the success and best of luck in everything you do.

  7. Anis Charania says:

    Good job. God bless you.



  9. mansur lalji says:

    congratulations! we wish you much success

  10. Mustafa says:

    Great job. We are all very proud of you!
    We hope and pray you continue to be successful in life.

  11. Zeenat Fadwani says:

    Awesome Work Mauhib!!!!!!!!
    We all are extremely proud of your achievements here at Dallas, TX.
    Keep up the great work.

  12. Shakira says:

    Congrates Mauhib, you have achieved so much at such a young age. We all feel proud of you. Congrates to the parents too.

  13. Yasmin says:

    What a pride for the parents! Keep up the excellent work and I wihs u all the success and best of luck in everything u do. May U achieve a success in your future endeavour. Ameen.

  14. M. Pirani says:

    Wonderful. Many Mubarakis

  15. karim Shariff says:

    Keep it up!!!,we need more like you in this world.!!!All the best!!!!Greetings from Nairobi.Kenya

  16. Imam Ali Hussaini says:

    Good Job, you can do better more and more. Mowla Bless you

  17. Salim J Kanji says:

    The whole of Muslim Umah needw much more positive news. This is wonderful and positive. May the Almighty excel this young man in his Education…Aameen.

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  19. mauhib says:

    Thank you all 🙂

  20. M.Salman says:

    very gud yar zabardasttttt. may ALLAH giv u more sucess….
    dear.u r my favourite personality and i will prepapare my presentation about your personality. plz snd me some data about you and yours experince to help me in my presentation.M.salman. i give my presentation on friday

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